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Mar 27, 2011 8:00am PDT
thing was even more startling that girls six years old, almost half of girls say they now use lip clos or lipstick regularly and percentage of girls that wear iliner and mascara between 8 and 12 years old has doubled and this is the biggest growth market. >> i can remember maybe five or six and i wanted to play dress up which was different and i got my mother's old lipstick and high heels hopes i didn't trip in and the clothes she wasn't going to use and give to goodwill. me and my girlfriends got out there and had a good time. this is not that. >> you did that and you washed it off. or your mother -- if you tried to wear that to school to second grade, your mother would be scrubbing it off. if we were talking about issues -- the thing is that girls are encouraged now to define themselves through appearance and play sexiness at ever younger ages. >> doesn't it seem like we have been around the block 80,000 times about this? i mean, it's 2011. >> it's a confusing thing for parents. interesting for me as a journalist is even as girls are doing really well in so many ways, there is so muc
Mar 6, 2011 8:00am PST
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Mar 13, 2011 8:00am PDT
and a lot of us are impatient and wish there had were more strides in various places. as a person going into fire -- first of all, would you tell young girls you speak to in school situations or whatever to go into it now. is it stale good profession for women. >> it is. it's one of my favorite things to go out and speak to young women and men. when i first got the job someone said what a great role model you for little girls and i said, probably because i'm the mother of three boys, equally so for young boys for my boys to be being their mother in a nontraditional leadership role. that's important for young girls and young boys. i think in san francisco our best advertisement is the people in the san francisco fire department growing up i never saw a woman on a fire engine or fire truck. now it's common. and you have to be a certain type of person whether man or woman it's a physically demanding job. >> i was going to say. who is the ideal candidate. you have to be strong, in shape. >> physically strong. you are working -- it's para- military, almost like military condition because you
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